In 2011, for the first time in over 400 years Ospreys bred in the Dyfi valley on the Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve site, following three years work by the trust to reintroduce the birds into the area.
The osprey project is open from April to September, 10:00 - 18:00, last entry 17.15. During osprey project opening hours, there is a suggested donation scheme (£3.00 individual, £6.00 week pass and £15 season ticket) to help cover the costs of running the project. Please check our website for opening times outside of the Osprey season.
With the exception of an elevated bird hide the reserve is fully accessible to wheelchair users. Facilities include visitor centre with a small shop and a cafe offering basic refreshments - teas/coffees, sandwiches, cakes etc. There is a disabled male and female toilet.
Assistance dogs only on the reserve.
Remember that the Cors Dyfi reserve is still open throughout the year so do pop down if you get the chance. The postcode is SY20 8SR.
For the most up to date information about the ospreys and future developments at Cors Dyfi reserve, please visit www.dyfiospreyproject.com or follow on Facebook and Twitter.
Special provision for disabled visitors